Monday, 25 May 2009

Milestone in rebuilding of Stockwell Park High School


Members of the community, our local councillors as well as parents and families recently celebrated the completion of the first phase of the rebuilding of Stockwell Park High School. The new building was made possible thanks to the Labour council and with funding from the Labour government's Building Schools for the Future programme.

The building, which cost £28 million was the first BSF building to receive an excellent rating by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.

Stockwell Park High School was recently rated as an ‘outstanding’ school by Ofsted and is also a specialist Business and Enterprise College and Training School.

More details here:

There is also a blog about the construction of the new building:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's an oddball picture I thought it was the new central Stockwell public toilet - so much needed like a Portugese Community Centre for which milions of pounds
has or will suddenly surface.

We need more super snazzy buildings none of which are remotely as creatively amazing as Stockwell Bus Garage for all their modern bullshit airbrushing.

Kilroy - Stockwell Toilet Watch.
We need more snazzy